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Taylor Swift’s new album heavily criticised by the Christian comunity: ‘Your album mocks God’

The Tortured Poets Department,” Taylor Swift’s new record that came out last Friday, has caused a lot of trouble among religious leaders and people who criticize music based on faith.

Several of the songs on the record have explicit content. Eleven of the tracks are marked with a “E” for explicit lyrics, and several of the songs use bad language. But the main thing that these critics are worried about is how some of the songs seem to make fun of Christian beliefs and practices.

In “But Daddy I Love Him,” Swift uses images from her childhood as a conservative Christian to tell a story of being judged and limited:

“But daddy, I love him; I just learned that these people only raise you to lock you up; Sarahs and Hannahs in their Sunday best, sighing, ‘What a mess!’ I just learned that these people try to save you because they hate you.”

“Guilty As Sin,” another song, seems to directly question standard religious stories: